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Students at the University of Minnesota-Crookston have been making the trek to the Lincoln Park Golf Course in Grand Forks all summer, but there haven’t been any sports involved. They’ve been working with Assistant Professors Katy Nannenga and Kristie Walker to track the levels of greenhouse gasses that are given off by common fertilizers. “We’re trying not to sacrifice overall turf grass quality without hurting environment,” Walker said. For the last two
Los Angeles Times/ Duluth Tribube Ever heard of “sleep drunkenness”? If you’ve ever tried to reach for your phone when your alarm clock rings or been so disoriented when you...
An Osage man and a New York Mills man were both injured when one Chevy Silverado rear-ended another on Highway 10 Friday afternoon near Perham. Paul E. Myllykangas, 29, of Osage and Olaf C. Hetland, 21, of New York Mills both suffered non-life-threatening injuries, according to the Minnesota State Patrol. Both men were eastbound on Highway 10.
Two Fargo residents suffered serious injuries after their vehicle hit a deer, spun out, and was hit broadside by another vehicle on I-94 in Douglas County Saturday evening. Two people from Ottertail village were involved, but were not injured, in the crash, according to the Minnesota State Patrol. Clyde D. Staus, 61, and Julie K.
y By Carolyn Lange / West Central Tribune ATWATER, Minn.
It all started in the early 1930s. Today, it has blossomed into a bustling resort community. Cragun's Resort and Hotel on Gull Lake is its own community.
By David Anderson A new nationwide labeling program will allow farmers, ranchers and fishermen who served in the military to use a special logo to promote their agricultural products. The...
By Katherine Lymn Oh, to be a fly on the wall at The Bakken Club. The club is in a storefront on Main Street in Williston, but to get inside takes thousands of dollars and the blessing of a current member.
By Chelsey Perkins/Brainerd Dispatch The Brainerd Police Department is warning area businesses and residents to look out for counterfeit $100 bills, several of which have been recovered this week. Investigator Craig Katzenberger said the department has received eight reports related to the counterfeit bills this week. Some were reported by businesses after attempted use and others were reported found on the ground by individuals.
By Robb Jeffries / Forum Despite procedural concerns and plenty of public outcry, the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission voted Thursday to issue a certificate of need for an Enbridge expansion project on an existing line in northern Minnesota. Phase 2 of the Line 67 Upgrade Project consists of building four new pump stations near existing Enbridge facilities, along with upgrading three pump stations approved in an earlier phase of the project in the Minnesota cities of Viking, Clearb